NEWS
Tue Oct 1, 2013 02:41 PM CDT

Thundershowers dotted the Texas-Louisiana coastal bend Tuesday afternoon. Otherwise, dry conditions prevailed across the U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid-50s in the southwestern Prairies to the low-90s in south Texas.

Wednesday will feature light showers in the Delta, southern Midwest, and the Northern Plains along with the northern Prairies. Other areas will see one more day of dry conditions before a more unsettled and wetter pattern with harvest-delaying showers moves into the northwestern Midwest Wednesday night and Thursday. This wetter scenario will cover all but the far southwestern Plains during the latter part of the ...

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